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Florida missing child alert issued for Jessica Krieg from Sarasota

By on February 12th, 2012

FDLE press release

Missing teen Jessica Krieg from Sarasota

A Florida Missing Child Alert has been issued for Jessica Krieg, a white female, 16 years old, 5 feet 01 inches tall, 105 pounds, green eyes, and blonde hair that is believed to have been recently dyed brown. She was last seen in the area of the 3000 block of Prado Drive in Sarasota on February 10th. She is in need of immediate medical attention. IF anyone has information about her wherabouts, they’re being asked to call the Sarasota County  Sheriff’s Office at 942-861-4206.  The FDLE Missing Endangered Persons Clearinghouse can be contacted at 1-888-FL-MISSING.


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